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The best way to find Earth-sized planets is watching them pass between a telescope and their parent star. And we might get a telescope designed to spot precisely that.
Scientists are trying to recruit existing satellites to track tsunamis, but it may be a challenge to turn the information they'll gather into useful early warnings.